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Municipal Government of Taytay, Palawan offers various services that will cater to the needs of the people. From business matters to career opportunities, the Municipal Government encourages the Taytayanos to reach out to the different departments to inquire of the services that are available in the municipality.
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PABATID! ! ! Basahin unawain at ipatupad!
Patuloy pa rin pong pinag-iingat ang lahat ng mamamayan ng Taytay, Palawan laban sa sakit na DENGUE! Patuloy pa rin po ang pagtaas ng kaso sa ating bayan.
Patuloy po ang ating pagsasagawa ng mga pamamaraan at pagkakalat ng mga mesahe upang labanan ang sakit na Dengue na nakamamatay!
Magsasagawa din po ng Spraying(Misting Operation) sa mga kabahayan ng Barangay Poblacion, inaasahan po namin ang inyong positibong partisipasyon!
Magsama-sama at magtulungan po tayong mag bayanihan OPLAN LINIS at suyurin hanapin at sirain ang mga pinamumugaran ng lamok!!!
Magtulong-tulong po tayong puksain ang sakit na nakamamatay na Dengue upang hindi na madagdagan ang buhay na nakikitil sanhi ng sakit na DENGUE!
Ang panawagang ito ay mula sa Municipal Health Office!
The Pasinggatan Festival, which is celebrated annually from March 15 to May 4, is a lively and colorful event that showcases the rich culture and heritage of Taytay as a town. It is also a celebration that binds the community of Taytay as a strong-willed, peace-loving, and festive people. Despite their cultural diversity, the Taytayanos have managed to set aside their differences and instead use these as a rallying point to make Taytay shine and show its luster to the world.
The name of Taytay’s Pasinggatan Festival was derived from the Cuyonon word singgat, which translates to “luster”. It represents the radiance and brilliance of the “Estrella Del Norte” or the Star of the North of Palawan – Taytay, Palawan located in the northern part of Palawan Island. This star is not only a physical symbol but more importantly a cultural representation of the undying spirit of the people of Taytay, the first capital of Palawan and a town that was founded 400 years ago that has survived and emerged from the challenges of time, beginning from the moment of Spanish colonization, American rule, and the Japanese occupation.